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On 6/6/95 at 1:44 AM, Fr. Bruce Bowes <GBB1@MARISTB.MARIST.EDU> wrote:
> Is there an internet address where you can get daily Solar Flux
> I'm not always at the radio at 18 minutes after the hour.
Dunno, but if you don't mind paying, you can call WWV:
at any minute after the hour for the same thing you'd get free at :18.
If you don't mind getting it a week at a time, the W1AW list sends a weekly
summary in addition to the other W1AW bulletins. Traffic is usually just a
trickle per week. The prop report shows daily sunspot and flux numbers (no A or
K indices), describes what's happening now with a forecast, and gives band
openings between a pair or two of locations on the planet, a different pair each
time. Lemme know if you'd like a sample from 6/2.
To subscribe, send mail to "firstname.lastname@example.org". It ignores the message's
subject. Put "subscribe w1aw-list" (sans quotes) as the sole line in the body
of the message.
gl es sunny 72 de KC4EWT (Herndon VA)
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